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The University of Georgia, Hugh Hodgson School of Music

Call for Papers, Abstracts, & Posters
Meeting Title: 
Mountain Lake Colloquium
Location:
Pembroke, VA
Date(s) of Meeting:
May 21-24, 2017
Description:
Biannual colloquium for teachers of general music
Types of Submissions Sought:
Presentations, posters, round-tables, open
Topics Sought:
This year’s theme is Interconnections and Interactions in the Ecosystem of General Music Method Teaching. The conversations of the 14th Colloquium will revolve around the following sub-themes:

1. Biological: The Stages and Ways of Teaching General Music Methods
Papers are welcome that describe the various stages and ways of teaching general music (i.e. graduate students, PK-12, fixed-term, tenure track, mid-career, late-career, retired).

2. Environmental: Where We Connect and Interact
Papers are welcome that describe the spaces and places in which we work and teach.

3. Demographic: Who we Influence and Shape
Papers are welcome that describe who we are as educators, learners, researchers, musicians, and humans and who we influence and shape in relation to our work.

4. Technical: Conditions That Affect and Form
Papers are welcome that address how we teach. This can include specific techniques, methodological approaches, and ideas that have changed or have the potential to change our thinking and/or practice.

We invite proposals that speak to broad interpretations of this theme as well as proposals that address other contemporary issues and practices in the music education profession. The Proposal Submission Form can be found on the Mountain Lake Colloquium website (http://www.mtnlake.net/mtnlake/Mountain_Lake_Colloquium/2017_Colloquium.html). The deadline for proposals is September 15th, 2016.

The Mountain Lake Colloquium community seeks both traditional and imaginative presentational formats, including roundtable, collaborative paper sessions, research presentations, focus group discussions, idea fairs, and others. Collaborative submissions are strongly encouraged. Questions regarding the submission process can be directed to Janet Cape (jcape@rider.edu) or Brent Gault (bgault@indiana.edu) or Ann Clements (acc13@psu.edu) or Bryan Nichols (bnichols@uakron.edu).

To learn about the history and background of the Mountain Lake Colloquium and view programs from past colloquia visit http://www.mtnlake.net/ .

On behalf of the 2017 planning team, we look forward to seeing you at the next Mountain Lake Colloquium.

Brent Gault and Ann Clements, Colloquium Coordinators
Submission Information:
http://www.mtnlake.net/mtnlake/Mountain_Lake_Colloquium/2017_Colloquium.html
Deadline for Submissions:
September 15, 2016
Meeting URL:
http://www.mtnlake.net/mtnlake/Mountain_Lake_Colloquium/2017_Colloquium.html
Contact Information:
bnichols@uakron.edu
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